When school teacher Mr. Eugene Remy comes up with the brilliant idea to teach something a little different during Black History Month the classic stories of Br’er Rabbit take a funny turn – you won’t want to miss! Mark your calendars and plan to attend “African-American Folk Tales: The Tails of Br’er Rabbit.”
LA PLATA, Md. – The public is invited to enjoy the upcoming, and uplifting, production of “African-American Folk Tales: The Tails of Br’er Rabbit” showing Feb. 14-16 at the College of Southern Maryland’s (CSM) Fine Arts Center (FA Building), Theater. Produced by special arrangement with author and CSM Alumnus Kenneth L. Waters Jr., this comedy portrays what happens when a school teacher asks his students to act out the folktales of Br’er Rabbit.
Teacher Mr. Eugene Remy thinks he has a brilliant idea during Black History Month to teach the folktales taught to him by his mother when he was a child. Through his creative method of storytelling, he divides his class into groups of three and assigns each group a story to act out and perform – with hilarious results.
You won’t want to miss how the children’s imagination comes to life as Br’er Rabbit and his crew jump off the page and onto CSM’s stage.
The show’s run time is approximately 70 minutes and is appropriate and encouraged for all ages. Mark your calendar now and plan to attend one of the following showtimes: Thursday, Feb. 14 at 7 p.m.; Friday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m.; and Saturday, Feb. 16 at 2 and 7 p.m. The cost is $7 adults and seniors, $5 youth of high school age and younger. For ticket information, email email@example.com, call 301-934-7828 or visit https://www.csmd.edu/calendar/arts/laplata/African-American-Folk-Tales-The-Tails-of-Brer-Rabbit-2.14.18.
CSM’s La Plata Campus is located at 8730 Mitchell Road in La Plata.